Shenstone Brewery 3 Spires @ The Green Room, Lichfield Garrick
A late hopped, light tasting ale. Creamy with a caramely finish and a touch of hops.
St. Peter’s Organic Best Bitter: A seriously recomended refreshing ale. Full bodied and fruity @ just 4.1% this I a nice light start to the evenings ale tasting.
Badger Blandford Fly
A sweet ale with a hint of nuttiness, but a massive kick of ginger! Dunno if I could drink more than one in one sitting, but definitely interesting
Luxor Classic beer - The highest quality Egyptian beer available. Very good cold on a hot day, not so nice when it warms up. Out of the several I had while out in Hurghada I didn’t have a single flat one.
You’d expect a beer from a country that has a culture of mostly alcohol-free drinks to be quite mediocre, but Luxor is both refreshing and goes very well with most meals (except breakfast!). Tastes like a creamier Stella.
Definitely recommend it if you’re ever out that way.
Mmmmmm_nice! Just opened a bottle of Salopian Brewery Darwin’s Origin… And this is exactly what a real ale should be. Fruity with a nice flavour but not overpowering. A refreshing and very drinkable pint. @ just 4.3% this is one I could drink all night!
Waddies with curry. Not quite the same out of the bottle, but a classic English ale all the same.
Welcome light, hoppy ale from the lovely Hoops pub near Horns Cross after a good walk on the South West coast path. Crisp beer flavour with Burt’s crisps.
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Backyard Brewery Staffirdshire Hoard: pleasant celebration of the hoard and worth it’s weight in gold! At just 3.8% this is a nice refreshing brew that could be drunk all day without the dangerous effects of a stronger ale. Unfortunatly I do enjoy the dangerous effects of the stronger ale so this is going to be a one off!
Sheffield brewery North Star: low on taste and sort of cross between toxic waste and coke according to #themiserableyorkshireman